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2017 Louisiana State University (LSU) AgCenter Livestock Show's Junior Angus Show
Gonzales, Louisiana
Total Number Shown: 110
Show Dates: 02/17/17
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Judge(s): Quintin Smith, Lebanon, Tenn.
               Jamie Rodriguez, Rauland, La.

Grand Champion Owned Female

Grand Champion Owned Female
R&R Skymere 6066 5004 won grand champion owned female at the 2017 Louisiana State University (LSU) AgCenter Livestock Show's Junior Angus Show, Feb. 17 in Gonzales, La. Emily Rodriguez, Keithville, La., owns the January 2015 daughter of PVF Insight 0129. She also claimed champion Louisiana bred female. Quintin Smith, Lebanon, Tenn., evaluated the 110 entries. Photo by Mark Sims, American Angus Association.

Reserve Grand Champion Owned Female

Reserve Grand Champion Owned Female
R&R Lady 0171 5064 won reserve grand champion owned female at the 2017 Louisiana State University (LSU) AgCenter Livestock Show's Junior Angus Show, Feb. 17 in Gonzales, La. Leslie Rodriguez, Keithville, La., owns the February 2015 daughter of PVF Insight 0129. She also won reserve champion Louisiana bred female. Quintin Smith, Lebanon, Tenn., evaluated the 110 entries. Photo by Mark Sims, American Angus Association.

Senior Showmanship

These juniors won senior showmanship at the 2017 LSU AgCenter Livestock Show's Junior Angus Show, Feb. 17 in Gonzales, La. Pictured from left are Faith Guice, Downsville, first; Kara LeBeouf, Deridder, third; Hunter Monismith, White Castle, fourth; Lainey Martin, Loranger, fifth; and Jamie Rodriguez, judge.

Intermediate Showmanship

These young Angus enthusiasts won intermediate showmanship at the 2017 LSU AgCenter Livestock Show's Junior Angus Show, Feb. 17 in Gonzales, La. Pictured from left are Lani LeBeouf, Deridder, first; Elizabeth Benoit, Brusly, second; Emma Olsen, Saint Francisville, third; Baylie Romero, Plaquemine, fourth; and Gracie Jeansonne, Simmesport, fifth. Lani LeBeouf was the overall champion.

Junior Showmanship

These young Angus enthusiasts won junior showmanship at the 2017 LSU AgCenter Livestock Show's Junior Angus Show, Feb. 17 in Gonzales, La. Pictured from left are Regan Greene, Slaughter, first; Jewellia Champlin, Jonesville, second; Ben Forbes, Zachary, third; Jacy Jones, Glenmora, fourth; and Austin Purpera, Plaquemine, fifth.

Pee Wee Showmanship

These young Angus junior members won peewee showmanship at the 2017 LSU AgCenter Livestock Show's Junior Angus Show, Feb. 17 in Gonzales, La. Pictured from left are Madelynn Purpera, Plaquemine; Carson Dupont, Brusly; Rory Forbes, Zachary; and Emma LeJeune, Elton.

Owned Grand Champion Bull

Owned Grand Champion Bull
Comite Hills Blue Chip 1513 won owned grand champion bull at the 2017 Louisiana State University (LSU) AgCenter Livestock Show's Junior Angus Show, Feb. 17 in Gonzales, La. Wyatt Olsen, Saint Francisville, La., owns the March 2015 son of EXAR Blue Chip 1877B. He also claimed champion Louisiana bred bull. Quintin Smith, Lebanon, Tenn., evaluated the 110 entries. Photo by Mark Sims, American Angus Association.

Owned Reserve Grand Champion Bull

Owned Reserve Grand Champion Bull
Comite Hills Intuitive 1601 won owned reserve grand champion bull at the 2017 Louisiana State University (LSU) AgCenter Livestock Show's Junior Angus Show, Feb. 17 in Gonzales, La. Christian Corsentino, Denham Springs, La., owns the January 2016 son of PVF Insight 0129. He also won reserve champion Louisiana bred bull. Quintin Smith, Lebanon, Tenn., evaluated the 110 entries. Photo by Mark Sims, American Angus Association.